AAOS reaches out to minority students

By Carolyn Rogers

With many students receiving little or no exposure to orthopaedics in medical school, outreach is essential

For the past 42 years, the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) has been a leader in promoting increased enrollment and retention of minority medical students. To encourage these students to consider orthopaedic surgery as a career, the AAOS has participated in SNMA’s Annual Medical Education Conference for the past six years, including the 2007 conference in San Francisco.

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